Need some help with Zapier There are plenty of places to find experts.
Zapier Experts Directory
Zapier has a Certified Experts program. Consultants and agencies that are part of the program have been tested and checked by Zapier to make sure they know their stuff, and if you're happy to spend money on getting Zapier assistance, then hiring and expert is the best place to start.
Zapier Community Forum
It's frequented not only by Zapier experts and power users, happy to help you resolve problems with Zapier, but also dedicated staff members from Zapier's community team who can take things a step further where needed and escalate a support ticket for you.
Upwork / Fiverr
Plenty of Zapier freelancers can be found on both Fiverr and Upwork. Keep in mind that not all of them will be part of the Certified Expert program, so be sure to check out their work history and feedback to make sure they have the level of experience you need.
Prices for Zapier freelancers across both platforms tend to range between $25 and $175 per hour - and some also work on a fixed price basis.
If the questions you need help with relate to Zapier code steps, or adding your app to Zapier via their developer platform, then you should check out Zapier on Stack Overflow. Like their community forum, you'll find plenty of developers with Zapier experience and some of the Zapier engineering team there helping out.
Twitter is yet another great place to ask and get answers to Zapier questions and find resources and tutorials that people are posting. @Zapier is on there as expected - and plenty of their staff. To jump right into some discussions, search #Zapier.
Makerpad is a fantastic community and resource hub for makers working with any of the many fantastic nocode tools on the market. Check out Zapier's page and you'll find an overview, as well as user case studies, resources and tutorials, and a link to the Zapier section of the highly active Makerpad Community forum.
No Code Founders Slack
No Code Founders is, as the name suggests, a community for founders of nocode companies and businesses that work with them. The action takes place in a Slack group, where you'll find plenty of discussions going on a daily basis across more than a dozen dedicated channels - including one for Zapier.